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Rino Romney Attacks Trump, Makes Complete Fool Of Himself … Again

 Once again, globalist senator Mitt Romney has refused to endorse President Trump’s 2020 re-election bid.  This comes as no surprise:

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Romney says he may decline to endorse Trump again https://www.foxnews.com/politics/romney-says-he-may-decline-to-endorse-trump-again 

Romney says he may decline to endorse Trump again

Utah Sen. Mitt Romney said Friday he may decline to support Donald Trump for president in 2020, explaining, “I wouldn’t be surprised if I stay out of the endorsements.”

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Romney is a multi-millionaire whose only reason for taking on the job of senator, and it’s relatively paltry $174,000 annual salary, are the enormously lucrative side benefits.

Those benefits come only come from supporting K Street’s financial fatcats.

Mitt loved Donald Trump well enough back in 2012 when he was running for president and needed the real estate magnate’s money.  According to Trump’s attorney Michael Cohen, Trump had given millions to SuperPacs supporting Romney.

Still, Trump’s millions were no match for the money coming from Wall Street, multinational corporations, and the international bankers who fund their global empire.




Mitt wasn’t running so much to be president as he was running to become chairman of the global financial cartel that has been exfiltrating the wealth of ordinary Americans since the development of the World Trade Organization.

When Trump ran four years later on a populist agenda of rebuilding and revitalizing America’s Main Street economic engine, that threatened to curtail the theft of America’s wealth, Romney refused to endorse Trump.

Instead, Romney, beholden to the international cabal of moneymen who have paid dearly to purchase  his loyalty, proceeded to trash Trump as a “fraud” who is “playing the American public for suckers.”

Still, after Trump won, Mitt the Mooch was happy to put aside his contempt for the new president and was happy to be considered by Trump to become his secretary of state no doubt ready to refer to Hillary Clinton’s book on ways to monetize that position.

Two years later, in 2018 Mittens ran for senator.  Trump endorsed him. Unfortunately, the people of Utah chose him over a true conservative in the primary and he went on to win the seat in the deep red state.

Romney always stands ready to take but never to give back.  A real man of integrity.

Since Donald Trump’s election unemployment has plummeted to 50-year lows across every demographic and wages are rising at better than a 3% rate – the first such increase in three decades.  More Americans are employed than ever before.

Oh, and inflation is virtually non-existent even after the imposition of substantial tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of imported goods.  Something Romney’s cronies told us would result in higher prices to consumers.

Not so much.  The result has been an explosion of new (returning) manufacturing jobs with little to no effect on consumers’ wallets.

The longer this is allowed to go on, the greater the number of Americans who will realize they were sold a lie about targeted tariffs causing higher prices.

Still, Romney continues the Uniparty line:

“Punishing Mexico in some way is, in my opinion, a very bad idea. It’s also expensive for Americans.”

It’s such a bad idea that Mexico, after meeting with their hapless representatives in the House, acquiesced to enough of Trump’s demands for him to come to an agreement with them, however temporary it may be.

Hey Mitt, how much do all those illegal aliens cost us already.

Now Romney has said that he might not endorse Trump’s re-election bid.  Then he sought to mitigate the importance of that when he said, “I don’t think endorsements are worth a thimble of spit.”

Mitt is right about that, at least insofar as his endorsement is concerned.  As we saw in 2012 and 2016, his words mean little to voters.

The fact is Romney is engaging in the Democrats strategy of projection.  The truth is Romney is the “fraud” who is “playing the American public for suckers.”


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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Gary Miller

    June 10, 2019 at 3:47 am

    I gave a considerable amount of money to Romney when he ran for president and voted for him, and promoted him. How I regret that. He is a phony and I would not want to see him win anything again. I will oppose him anyway I can!

    Gary Miller

  2. JNielsen

    June 12, 2019 at 6:29 pm

    I put Romney in the same category as Obama…narcissistic and thin-skinned.

    Romney is sooooooooooo JEALOUS of President Trump he seethes in venomous jealousy but has no shame to grovel and beg President Trump for a job in his Administration but turns right around and stabs him in the back (when he didn’t get his way).

    Pathetic.

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